Pothole Agent

Pothole Agent


This application uses your phone's accelerometer and magnetic field sensors to automatically detect potholes, speed bumps, or impact events as they happen! These events are saved on a map which you can view directly from the phone or email to yourself. You can also email these files to the Department of Transportation.
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Free
61
3.1
User ratings
21
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
678 kb
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About Pothole Agent
This application uses your phone's accelerometer and magnetic field sensors to automatically detect potholes, speed bumps, or impact events as they happen! These events are saved on a map which you can view directly from the phone or email to yourself. You can also email these files to the Department of Transportation.

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User reviews of Pothole Agent
It worked great for 2 trips, now when I end a session it says "no events recorded"! Also wish I could save to a file, rather than email, and that it have landscape or auto-rotate. Moto Droid.
Jul 22, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 6, 2014
Rubbish, invents potholes I've tried this app three times now on different Sony Xperias and on all of them this app refuses to acknowledge that I have driven over a pothole, some of which are a good 3 inches deep and 8 inches long, yet it invents potholes where there are none. I can see from the console that it's reading the pothole too as the graph goes nuts, just no pothole registered. Shame as this concept had a lot of promise.
A Google User
Jan 17, 2012
Useful app, just... Please consider making a tablet based landscape version that uses the correct sensors. Cheers!
A Google User
Jan 17, 2012
Useful app, just... Please consider making a tablet based landscape version that uses the correct sensors. Cheers!
Humbol2
Jan 17, 2012
Useful app, just... Please consider making a tablet based landscape version that uses the correct sensors. Cheers!
Humbol2
Jan 17, 2012
Useful app, just... Please consider making a tablet based landscape version that uses the correct sensors. Cheers!